2019 ScheduleAll times ET

2019 Schedule
0-0, 1st in AL Cent
Rosario hits 4th dinger of spring (0:30)
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7dPreston Johnson

Ultimate 2019 MLB betting guide

World Series, season win totals and player props -- there are more ways than ever to bet baseball. Here are our nine best futures bets for this season.

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6dDavid Schoenfield

Predicting the next top-100 player for all 30 teams

From top prospects and rising young stars to bounce-back candidates, which players who missed the MLB Rank cut could soon find a place on the list?

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11dMatt Eisenberg

'Congrats on the MLB job!' 'Wrong number'

When the Twins named Rocco Baldelli manager, the calls and texts came pouring in ... to his old number. Then Giana Manzi landed on MLB Network Radio.

13d

BBTN: Red Sox All Access, Kurkjian, Law, Sale

On All-Access day with the Red Sox, Buster chats with Chris Sale (43:16), goes around the Majors with Tim Kurkjian (4:41) and Keith Law (17:38) and welcomes Sarah Langs for another "Numbers Game" (38:40).

Tristan H. Cockcroft ESPN Senior Writer 

Miguel Sano's Achilles' injury, which is expected to keep him out through April, resulted in a move from 3B22 to 3B27. I had already considered potential Marwin Gonzalez (and others') threats to Sano's playing time, so Sano's previous rank was conservative enough as is.

16d

Rangers acquire outfielder Granite from Twins

The Texas Rangers acquired outfielder Zack Granite from Minnesota for right-hander Xavier Moore and $50,000, and the Twins dealt Moore to the Baltimore Orioles for $750,000 in 2019-20 international signing bonus pool allocation.

Tristan H. Cockcroft ESPN Senior Writer 

Byron Buxton's three home runs and 11 RBIs early in spring games really don't matter much to me. What does stand out: He has yet to whiff in 11 trips to the plate. Improving his contact rate would go the furthest towards him finally realizing his potential.

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19d

Pineda makes 1st start for Twins after TJ surgery

Michael Pineda made his first start for the Minnesota Twins as he comes back from Tommy John surgery, allowing one hit in two innings during a 4-3 win over the Boston Red Sox on Friday.

20d

A Baseball And Business Decision

Buster talks to Matt Vasgersian about the Giants' interest in Bryce Harper (6:01), goes rapid fire with J.D. Martinez (20:05), gets the Numbers Game from Sarah Langs (28:23), and chats with Keith Law about Vladimir Guerrero, Jr. (33:24).

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21d

Twins' Buxton 0 for 3 after 5-for-5 start

After starting spring training with five straight hits, Byron Buxton was 0 for 3 for the Minnesota Twins in a 4-2 rain-shortened, seven-inning win over the Philadelphia Phillies on Wednesday.

22d

No Time To Panic

Buster talks with Mark Teixeira about Bryce Harper's free agency, Clayton Kershaw's shoulder, as well as a new idea to implement a pitch clock (4:27). Plus, David Schoenfield weighs in on Noah Syndergaard and Byron Buxton (16:50) and Sarah Langs delivers the Numbers Game (37:04)

Team Stats

  • Batting
  • Pitching
Runs73813th
Batting Average.25015th
On Base Percentage.31816th
Slugging Percentage.40518th
Earned Run Average4.5022nd
Quality Starts6823rd
WHIP1.3824th
BAA.25624th